I, Tani Sapirstein, solemnly swear that I will do no falsehood, nor consent to the doing of any in court; I will not wittingly or willingly promote or sue any false, groundless or unlawful suit, nor give aid or consent to the same; I will delay no man for lucre or malice; but I will conduct myself in the office of an attorney within the courts according to the best of my knowledge and discretion, and with all good fidelity as well to the courts as my clients. So help me God.How could anybody believe in our system of justice if attorney’s are allowed to corrupt the process to the point where they can lie to judges with impunity? As with every oath comes responsibility. The Massachusetts Attorney’s oath declares any attorney to be an officer of the courts. As such, Sapirstein’s signed pleadings enjoy the presumption that they are true, a dangerous proposition. Once a motion is under advisement, there is nothing you can do, you can’t just call the judge and inform the judge that the attorney on the other side is a habitual liar. Mass. Rules of Civil Procedure, rule 11(a) allow the court to sanction an attorney who violates his / her oath. Rarely applied, it gave me at least an opportunity to file a request to have Sapirstein sanctioned.